JLPT N4 Grammar (ni ki ga tsuku)


to notice; to realize

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Verb (casual) + ことに気がつく
ni ki ga tsuku に気がつく にきがつく jlpt n4 grammar meaning 文法 例文 japanese flashcards

Learn Japanese grammar: 【にきがつく】(ni ki ga tsuku). Meaning: to notice; to realize.

This is often used in past form: 【にきがついた】(ni ki ga tsuita).

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Example #1

kanojo wa densha no naka ni kasa o wasureta koto ni ki ga tsuita.
She realized she had left her umbrella inside the train.
Example #2

watashi wa takushii o oriru toki, saifu ga nai koto ni ki ga tsuita.
When I got out of the taxi, I realized I didn't have my wallet.
Example #3

kare ga jibun no machigai ni ki ga tsuku no wa jikan o kakaranai darou.
It likely won't take much time for him to realize his own mistake.
Example #4

kukou ni tsuita toki ni furaito no chiketto o wasureta koto ni ki ga tsuita.
When I arrived at the airport, I realized that I had forgotten my flight ticket.
Example #5

doa o shimete kara, beddo ni keitai denwa o oiteita koto ni ki ga tsuita.
After shutting the door, I realized I had left my cell phone on my bed.
Example #6

watashi ga anata no meeru ni ki ga tsuita no ga kinou deshita.
Yesterday was when I noticed your email.
Example #7

kare ga doa o akeyou to shita toki, kagi o motte inai koto ki ga tsuita.
He realized that he didn't have the key when he tried to open the door.
Example #8

watashi wa kitaku suru to, watashi no suutsu keesu no hitotsu ga nakunatte iru koto ni ki ga tsuita.
When I got home, I realized that one of my suitcases had disappeared.

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